– Re: I made a few fixes to JOCL - how do I contribute them back?
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2013-09-03 21:52, lixoman100 [via
I was using JOCL for a project that is already running on JOGL and
ran into a few issues. After much investigation, I found that a
few of those issues were caused by bugs in the JOCL library.
These are simple bugs - 3 cases of arguments passed in the wrong
order and 1 case of an unsupported define necessary for GL context
sharing in Mac OS X. In the case of the missing int define, I just
passed a hard-coded integer, since I don't know if I can put it in
the CL.java file (as it appears to be generated during the build
My fixes are simple and crude, but I need them for my project to
work correctly (and to work on Mac). Since more people might have
been affected by these bugs, I assume that contributing these
fixes back could help others. Is that the case? If so, how should
You may start with sending a patch of each file you changed to this
list. This allows us to understand the problem better.
You may also open a bugreport for each issue you observe using JOCL.
This is the best way to report issues and make sure we fix them in
If you have a github account clone the JogAmp/jocl git
and send a pull request with your